San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 131, Ed. 1, Monday, June 21, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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C. H. HART
Commerce St. Bridge
Has NoPiimtiM No DatTUiw. akb
No Cororicno! With Orra
EaTSBUsnmjrrs. Hi Snxa
CIGARS 0 TOBACCO
At Lowost Living Prices.
C. H. HART g-y -w T 1
La Oriolla Cigars
5 Cents. 5 Cknts.
Volume VI Number 131.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS MONDAY JUNE 21 1886.
Only $5 a Year
WMtB Goods and Laces Hosiery
Fans and Parasols.
Our luimoiiHO assortment of Summer Dress (looils la replonlslioil
yookly (luring tlio ho.hoii liy now shipments ami tlio latest novoltlo
iro milled to our ulremly woll-seloctoil stock of White Oootlg Nnlu-
looks Mtislliis Liiwiis Organdies I'ercales I'crciiliucs Ktamincs
and Cuuvas Cloth.
PLACES AND EMBROIDERY
We carry tlio largest stock of Uoigo-Coloreil Egyptian Orientn
11 wiilto cream and bolgo-colorod In Flouncing All-Over and Narrow
o umtcli at prices lower tliati lino goods gonorally aro sold.
IV are ahead of all competition re-
gards prices quantity and it; lei.
Main and Military Plazas San Antonio Tens
JAMES P. HICKMAN JR. PROPRIETOR
Convenient to busln
A.A.&F.A. BROOKS. .
pi;nhki) only 11 v
skillful anii kxpb.
lUKSCr.I) I' II A II MA
CISTS OF NONK I1CT
TDK I' U Hi: ST MK1II
UINKS AT PHIC'KS
THAT IlKFV COMPKTI.
olesale aud RRlaii
302 and 301 S. Side Military Piazi Cor. S. Flores St. San Antonio.
MJIIIN'S WNNKLL'H ATKINSON'S AI.FIIKII WKIGIIT8 AND COLfl ATl'.'S FINK3T PKH
FUMES. IIO-nXKK AND IN I1UI.K.
Make no uilstake. The Cirnur Drutr Sioro of
L. ORYNSKI & CO.
302 and 304 S. Side Military Plaza.Cor. S. Flores St.
Call hoi tlio moil eliwunt and uienlvo Sod 1 and MIiut.U Water Fiiiinlulii In the Sluto
1 4 Commerce Street San Antonio
Curries tint largest itock of fine
INDIA CHINA AND JAPAN. TEAS
Of any lioue In tho State. Ptorckecperii and 'head of families will do well to make
their purchases lit this establishment. Thu following Green Coffees always In stock
JAVA MOCHA MARACAIBO RlO.Etc.
TKLEPIIONK NO. 11W.
STRICKER & ZOPFS
Gold and Silver rutins- and Ewcravlnir
wora nooius opposite unius ihujk
FiT EASE AND COMFORT.
Mi ll's Peblilo Gout Bin
llej.alrlng wlillo you alt. Men's
Men's shoos half soled and heeled from Wo.
S. B. WITCHELL. - - Agent
No. 0 Houston Street Next to Smith & Robinson's Stables.
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
Bcholz's Hall Corner of
to. ff1&gZ " h0Ur
We offer the greatest bargain! In fane;
goods aa well as In the staple linn.
with best accommodation!.
KHEh TO AN V PAUT
11I CorToo. STIIENQTH and FLAVOII
Watches and Clock Itepalrlnif. Only lliu uiost
NO. 14 NAVABKO HTItkET.
W. MCALLISTER & BRO.
101 101 AMD 105 I. ALAMO II. COR. VIUITA
AN ANTONIO TEX A
Wo are Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Austin
White Lime Dost Dranda of Dark llosendalo and
Imported English Portland Cements. Plastor o.
Paris and Long ooat Hair and would ask you tc
Call or write us for prices be for o purchasing clso
i-icaae mention tut paper.
Working shoes mado to order rroin 12 60.
Ladles' shoes half soled and heeled from
n.t. - a. hampel
Commerce and Loaoya 8treeta.
KVerythDK """" n Mrt-CU7.JS
Portions of AruiasU and Tvrene
county Ireland are under martial law.
Hungarian floods have destroyed 60.-
000 acres of crops and two villages.
Crown I'rlnce Frederick William ren-
resented the empire of Germany at King
The ireneral committee of the Irish
Parliamentary fund In America has for-
The torlei will send 50 sneakers to
tump Ireland against home rule.
A conservative meeting nailed In the
nor I hern suburb of London to support
tho antt-Qladstone candidates was
roughly handled by a mob and some of
me nooiiiiy severely sunken up.
Dement surrey or general of Utah. Is
being aeverely bandied by the oommlttre
on public lands.
Archibald Forbes the Kngllsh war
correspondent and Alias I. "la Meigs
tiauxnieroruenerai Meigs u. . A.
were married In Washington Saturday.
The civil service examinations In this
state for department service In Wash
ington win be held as rollows: f ort
Worth July 8; Austin July 10; Houston
A call for f J .000.000. 3 per cent bonds
will be Issued tbls week.
In the third of the yacht races series
sailed In New York to determine which
vessel should bo entered against the
Kngllsh Ualatea the l'urltan beat the
l'rlecllla seven minutes. In the two
former races the l'rlscllla won.
The French brlgantlne. Meehall Tank.
sunk on Qrand Hanks N. F. last Thurs-
day and nine of her crew were drowned.
Two unknown llshermen were found
dead floating about In a dory 20 miles oh
Cape Ballard N. F
The massacre of Frenchmen In New
Helrldes has raised a breeze which mar
lead to a new convention between France
and Kngland on that question.
l.udwle'e suicide created a profound
sensation In Germany and uotnlnated all
Juslln McCarty home rule memoer of
rllament for North l-oncfortl. will run
against Cencest of I-onilonilerry In the
oomlng elections. In the last eleotlon
McCarty who also ran In Londonderry
was beaten by the lory candidate by only
29 votes In a total potior 3(119 ballots. It
Is believed that be can carry the district
French papers urge the government to
maintain the occupation of the New He-
brides Islands. It Is reported tbat nego-
gotlatlona have already been begun be-
tween Kngland and France for a revi-
sion of the existing convention.
Weatherford baa been hallstoned with
Ice chunks as large as bens eggs. The
winu uemoiisnea neoieman s jonea'
mill and damaged the M. E. churoh be-
The Dallas democracy madn no decla
ration on the governed question; the
Ited Itlver county democraoy Instruct
The district court at Laredo Is wrest
ling with the Sanche'a Impeaohment
case. So far the nherlll seems to be
Lamnasas has all things In readiness
for her military guests and WOO civilians
The attempt lo lug In enough money
under the pretext of an observatory
building at Washington to cover the
erection ol costly villas for olllcers In
charge of the observatory did not suo-
Judge Cox or the United States cir-
cuit court New York. In the customs
oasoofNettercllft versus the collector or
the port decides In ravor or the collec-
tor. His dcclsloa virtually Is to the ef-
reci mat toe treaty wuu ao uoiningo
whereby sugars from that island were
Imported free was not Intended to cover
the case of sugars dumned there for re.
shipment to this country.
Travis county nominates a clean 'Per-
rail delegation to the state legislature.
The Hancock murder trial begins to
look a little squally for Hancock but
nothing positively criminating has been
developed. So far there Is no testimony
tuai turows any suspicion upon iiagey
The liberal association of Avleaburg
rejectee ine election auorcss oi itois-
child who. bad been elected a liberal
and voted against Gladstone and de-
clared that they would sunnort no can
didate who would not give acceptable
pieoges to sustain uiaasione's measures.
Joseph Chamberlain has denied abao
lntelv tbat he Influenced tho relectlon
of llroadhurst a labor union member of
the present parliament aa a candidate
for bis present constituency of llordesly
a division of Birmingham In the coming
Geronlmo's band are making their way
successfully to tbelr strlngbold In the
aiera aiaare. luey only nave rour
borses for the transportation of the
wounded all others have been captured
Seven of the conspiracy cars In Mil
waukee bad tbelr ball declared forfeited
by a little snap judgment of the urose-
cutlon during the absence of the counsel
lor ine prisoners. The tblng looks
Corslcana had an Immense emanolna.
tlon day celebration; a little boy was
run over by a carriage and killed; and
the severest wind and hall of years cut
Tho Frohsin Singing society of which
Jacob Weber Is president had a plonlo
at tbo City Brewery Grove yesterday.
The "Sohweltzer Vereln-' were honorary
guests and a large number of ladles
were present woo suppneu a bountiful
luncn sweets etc uariey and malt
tracts was furnished by the city brew.
ery gratis. Games dancing and goad
uiusiu were iud umei amusements.
A Centenarian. '
A Light reporter rode to the Hnrlniri
last Saturday on the same street car
with an old withered little Mexican
woman who averred she was one hundred
years old. She was nearly blind and
uomewuat ueai wunout a loom in her
bead yet her mind seemed bright and
sbe could recount Incidents In her long
and eventful life tbat was far beyond the
memory of ber oldest nhestloner. She
gave her name as Maria de Jesus poco
Negra and says sbe was born In Kacat-
NowAlnt They Kind.
Several local Dolltlclana wera t th
Kmanclpatlon celebration on Saturday
evening and were very friendly to tbelr
The election day draweth nigh ami
tbey think the colored vote la aa good as
any other; may be It la better If It
happens to be In tbelr favor. But the
coioreu man ain't no lool.
HOW IT CLOSED.
George 8. Williams Ilolatee a Colored Sol
dier's Experience During tho War.
The afternoon celebration of Kmancl
patlon day was largely attended by the
colored cltliens and It Is estimated that
there could not have been less than 2000
people upon the grounds.
At 2 o'clock the proceedings com-
menced by the Iter. K. Garrison.
chaplain oi the day offering prayer
nil men rresiuent i.inooin s iamous
Cmanclnatlon proclamation was read by
Mr. W. II. Mitchell. Then addresses
were delivered by J. J. Ilambleton
editor of the Austin eltlten. W. W.
Grimes the Itev. Mack Unison. John
Copeland J. 1". Newcomband Mr. I.
Thompson. All the speakers glori
fied the liberty and benetlcenco of
mancipation and gave good advice
for the advancement of the race. At the
conclusion oi the speaking a temporary
adjournment was made to the base-ball
grounds where the tlremen and Excel-
sior guards gave exhibition drills and
other amusements were presented.
When this was done the party returned
to the springs and amused themselves In
varloua way until a late hour Sunday
The good order and sobriety exhibited
by the colored people was especially
commendable and the Lioiir was glad
to learn from Oflloer Kllzhenry tbat
there was not a single colored man In
the bat cave on Sunday morning.
ine i.ioiit commissioner unci me
leasure or meeting Mr. Gorge S. Wll-
ams an intelligent coioreu veteran
veterans In the urocesslon. but If wo
bad shown our full number of veterans
we could have mustered nearly 1&0.
Was I In the war? Yes sir. This band
you will see Is scarred. I was shot
through there at Fort Hudson when
serving under Captain Cblo and I have
a bullet In my leg That was a pretty
sharp fight. We were walling rein-
forcements but to gain time we de-
cided on attacking the fort. Wo
learned that there were some dummy
guns and we attacked where they were
supposed to be but wo got on the
wrong siue. tvnen e mine mat at-
tack there were 1100 of us. When we
llnlsbed there were only 125 and
don't believe aay or us would have
been saved irit hadn't been for tho time-
ly arrival of reinforcements. We had
managed however to save the colors
and to waive It proudly In a sea of
blood womougntwe uau men done
with the war. but we were drafted to
Jackson Mississippi where I served
under Col. Hartford and Captain Vlck-
Herel.and about bo more were
taken prisoners and remained a captive
about ten days. We were fed solely on
poor corn musn anu we got very Hun
gry. Lrsry day some of our number
was snot anu me omers unuer guaru
were compelled to witness the execu-
tions. At last wo got reduced to nlno
n number and then. In desperation we
decided to attempt an escape. Wn
knew we had to die anyway and wo
thought we might aa well make a break
ror liberty it we tunue It an would be
well If we failed we could only meet
witn a quicaer ueatn irom our captors
bullets. The attemnt was made and we
rushed for the brush and swamp near
the camp. Six of us gained It In safety
although some of us were wounded: the
other poor fellows were killed. When
we uau gone a row miles wo saw some
soldiers riding down on us and I can
tell yon we were well scared for wo
thought tbey were our captors. It
proved to be our own soldiers and we
were soon resting In a friendly camp. I
could tell you many Interesting events
If I had time now but tbls will show
you that the colored man has done some-
mingior nis country pernaps more man
those who cry out the loudest against
A Dleasaut aurnrlse Dartv was given
the Misses Chavez at tbelr residence on
South Laredo street. Saturday night.
Among the number present were the
Mlssea Lizzie and Mary Moore Lupa
Hernandez Sapopa and Fellpa ltauion
t.upa reraies jouisa anu atanueia ita
bBstos Mrs. Nana Illcbmond Miss Her-
nandez Delflna Chavez Juanlta Item
terla and Messrs. Steve Wolcken Wal-
lace Karle Humphreys (two) Alex Ber
rera and many others. Dancing wai
kept up until about 1 o'clock.
called meeting of the Burleson
chapter No. 21 Itoyal Arch Masons was
held at the Masonlo hall on Saturday
evening when the following olllcers
were duly installed by past blgb priest
i . it. ueusua ;
Jobn B. Ham ton. M. K. II. nrlest: L.
a. i-rice x.. rung: a . ji. uauaguer j'.
scnoe; .uwara insane treasurer; 1
lieaumont seoretary; K. It. Norton C
H.; W. S. Hosklns. 1. H.: Jobn N. G roes-
beck It. A. C; L L. Goodrich M. third
Arnold M. flrst veil; W. S. ilad'ley'
Miss Lottie Kellogg while out driv
ing Saturday last was run away witn
on Houston street anu ner onggi
Into another light vehicle but tU
harm. Sbe succeeded finally In con-
trolling the horse.
Later while she was outdriving near
the Sunset depot with ber mother the
horse ran away again and nearly spilled
ooin laoies out was again controlled
and brought to a stand-still and the
laay-a purse dropped Irom the boggy
Ice Cream Party.
A very enjoyable Ice cream party
given by the Bon Ton club Saturday
nignt at tne resiaence oi nr. ami Airs.
It. G Nixon on Avenue B. Dancing
ana otner amusements nnea in ine even
ing. AJiong those present were the
Misses mixon Koerps m Emiu
iioeuing. aiayer iji seuei
Mayer. Zacbausi (2) Mamie
Iloelllng. Mayer (3) Setlel (2) Mary
Miss Lockwood and Messrs. Neutzel!
Koerps Schelner Schaezler Schmidt.
uoeigen. Btueae. uarvin. jonss. an
The Protestant Orphanage.
On Saturday a meeting was held at
the residence of Mrs. General Stanley to
consider the ways and means of founding
a protestant orphan home In the city
Mrs. Stanley was elected president and
Mrs. Bash secretary. At that meeting
an offer was made on behalf of Colonel
llraokenrldge tbat be would donate the
land necessary for the orphanage and
loan the necessary funds ror erection of
the building. The generous otler was
gratefully accepted and It was decided
to select ine sue lormwiiu. t be meet-
ing adjourned to meet again on Wednes-
day next when It Is hoped that those
ladles who are Interested In the work
will kindly attend.
Tho Subscription Increoeod to $00000
nndmoro Monoy In Bight.
The ndlourned meeting or citizens In
upport of thu Northwestern railroad
vas held Saturday evening In the dis
trict court room.
In the absence of Colonel (I. W.
Ilrackenrldge chairman Mr. L. M.
Gregory secretary called the meeting
0 oruer anu asken ror me nomination or
1 temporary chairman. Mr. J. S. Alex
ander was nominated and elected.
Alexander having taken the
chair called for tho committees report.
nr. r.. it. Terrell on ueliaitoi mat com-
Ittee said that the committee had met
loinieu me auuitinnai comiuiiiecman
renulred. anil were fully organized.
hey had several meetings and had dls-
oussed the matter thoroughly. They
also called upon twenty of the leading
citizens and bad to report the following
inscriptions in audition to I lie jru.ooo
Be knan S.000
Lockwood A Katnpmann n.ouo
'. A. uppcnncimcr '.'.iiou
. nam a tiro zuaj
(Irons t Co 1000
8. Alexander 1000
M. Gregory 600
Collections now reported.
Total collections fC'J.OH)
The committee did not consider this
be a brilliant result but tbey hail not
yet had time to call upon uiany
of the prominent business men and
felt that It was not wise to call upon
the property owners until It was seen
uat me ousiness men would no. some
'the business men even wanted time
for consideration. He asked that the
oommlttee he given further time.
senator Houston considered that the
mall amount raised was no discourage
ment and the committee had succeeded
well. If not better than other commlt-
ecs or a like character had ever done.
he report gave hopo that It more time
'as granted to tho committee. It would
ucceed In an undertaking. Tho people
v 111 soon awaken to the importance of
his road. It would be a shame
ror us to allow the bonier com-
unities to outstrip us In liberality
and enterprise. Tbo communities
through which tho road will run la
panic oi supporting it anu meir de
velopment will make the road rich and
in make an Antonio ricn. no was
ased to see the names of some who
tad not been long In the community
pon ine list prcsenteu.
If we had enternrlslng citizens like
those of Dallas we should soon bo doing
ice me business n e nave a line city
commercial Importance having two
transcontinental lines and I hero was
no reason why tho city should
not be a commercial and railroad centre
freight will bo landed In the hrrbor and
handled hero. The Aransas l'asa rail-
road has purchased 200 miles of steel
rails. If the people want those rails laid
to the northwest tbey must put up or
other sections would do It. it was for
San Antonio to say whether those rails
should be tho means of feeding Its people
or of taking the trade from them. He
had faith in the future and believed
there would be no trouble In raising tho
money. He cuncludcd by making a mo
on to give the rommittee runner time.
Mr. 12. N. Terrell declared that
If further time were granted many
more subscription could bo obtained
Dut ne was leanui mat mey could hard-
ly raise the renulred amount. The
stringent times and the fact that many
nave eupporteu tne Aransas t'ass roau
pcraieu against tneiii.
The chairman mentioned the lact that
ho bad Just been offered the 6 per cent
bonds of a road In which he was inter-
ested at 05. If the Northwestern road
was completed as well as the road he
passed over on Thursday ( Aransa Pass
road) he was satisfied tho bonds could be
sold at par The $70000 already raised
was reason ror encouragement nr.il ne
hoped mora time would be granted to
Mr. 1.. II. 1 errel moved tbat the meet
ne adlourn until Saturday evening
next at 8 o'clock but as It was suggest
ed that Saturday was a bad day for
meeting me motion was amended mat
the meeting adjourn to wait the call of
Judge Cooler of Irederlcksbiirg. said
that a brief exposition of thu fee ng of
Gillespie county had been made at the
last meeting. He was now prepared to
say more upon the subject but as there
weresorew present ne wouiu ueier iur-
Iber statement until tue next meeting.
The meeting men adjourned until
Monday evening the 23th Inst. at 8
Simon Schorr Is president. Lad tbelr
third snooting yesteruar on tneir new
new range uaca oi tue i.one mar urew-
ery. The boys claim tbat If they Im
prove at me same rato anu Keep up mis
excellent "bitting" they will bo able In
a short time to challenge any club In tbe
Yesterday about 11 o'clock the buggy
horse of Mr. Sullivan that was hitched
in front or his shoo store became en-
tangled In tho halter rein and In his wild
struggles to release himself he foil and
broke the shafts. He was badly fright
ened and breaking loose from the
buggy he made a dash down commerce.
In tbe direction or Main plaza running
op against the buggy or Mr. A. C. Hern-
don and almost starting his horse oil on
a run. It was fortunate that no more
damage was done.
A New Business House.
Mr. K. W. Morgenthaler. or St. Louis
ror a number or rears connected with E.
F. W. Meier will oien a line or orookery
and glassware lamps etc at No. 238
Commerce street about the 16th or July.
A feature or this store will be the five
and ten cent counters an which will be
sold goods at such low prices there will
be a grand rush or customers to his
There are some persons who believe
that the organization or charity Is desir
able ror the city and these propose
holding a publlo meeting on Friday
evening next at 8:30 o'clock In the
Young Men's Christian association
rooms. The movement. If rightly con
ducted will do good In administering
cnarity in necessary cases ana suppress-
ing professional mendicancy but the
LiuiiT commissioner hopes that It will
not. as tbe charity organization society
of London did allow the needy to sutler
ana starve wnnst it is making investi-
gations. It la better to be Imposed upon
than allow the needy unfortunate to suf
fer for tbe want of the necessaries of 1 fe
HAAS & OPPENHEIMER
212 and 214 Commerce St.
The Most Extensive Stock of White Goods Laces
and Embroideries In the Southwest. We quote for
THIS "WIEIEIK: :
"At 8 Cents.
Ulic-SilMr India t.lnell and Nainsook Cheeks
At 12 1-2 Cents.
India t.lni-11. VlctorU t.au and Pun-r ?at:n.
At 20 Cents.
Plillil Mull.. Naln-Miok. tVirre tie Parl and
At 30 Cents.
"Serins' TMe" a rry stilish Salln Plaid effect
Fine rrcncli llnllstes Persian Lawns Mulls
FalK-jr l.co Plaids etc
At 50 Cents.
Ijmt wrt-k ttii Ktri'ttm of Kan luirchawri wa
ciiiKtntit all tUv lnntrt t hi amount of Fans nold
uniri-cU'iitiil. To-diir wo will add two new
Iota. One lut of an Faucr I'Alntfd and Kin
tirol'U ntl on Hllk and Putin.
4n1ot(niArtlMlcaUr Tainted nd Fancy
CumM Hitudiff worth V
At 1 O Cents.
Wtioli rul.rlt'f Vlis Cafft Fancy Dtrm (Imir
I j limn.
At I 2 1-2 Cents.
Two hundred iilerraHlrlpwl Plain and Cliitk.
crcd GltiKliHiii; l pieces st)llsh American
At 25 and 35 Cents.
At 50 Cents.
Mallii.si-Sattc-iis. Tho Newost Wash Goods
At $25 and $28.
Wltltu atid ( 'renin Castitmrv and All'Utrii
Ilk-lily i;in1rldiml UmIh-.
Faiicr-ColonM Ltuvs and HinliroidrrlfS to
mutch tin j- of tilt; uImivo inxxls.
D. Katnpmann Prosldont -
Celebrated Laser and Specially Brewed
- SELECT" BOTTLED BEER-
GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY PURE.
General Office for
irjnuha.uuft-ellnir of oppression and i
uitifKH u llttlo abotatho dluplimirm a
Jutft Irclow tho rUht ribs aggravate! by lyl
rour liver Is disordered. Perhaps not
ouftiy us yot out rami uepaiio an
nd to dfsnerso such minor Inditla of Its dt
rHnirement an i ellowness of too skin
or mo eju iurmi loiitfiic.
ul ache and co
In tiiilnlPSHlv. It nnens
ilirfil( for thi uncrtlunus bile checks
tho liver at tho sarno tliuo (riving a ttentlo ltn
petus tolls sccrctivo action aim anoras reuci
to tho stomach which Is usually Inactive out
or order ami oppressed wnn winti wnen u
trawls aro oostho. uo tbo imiors also in icv
and aitue rheumatism and kidney troubles.
OmCK Sin Antonio St. IVyICo.)
April 21 18&.
Durlnir the summer last cat on the
San l'etlro tine will leave tbe Springs at
10:30 p. m. except Saturday and Sunday
on which days tbey will run regular till
11 p m
Extra cars can be had at all hours by
parties wishing to remain later.
A. Belknap President.
Is tbe great Southern remedy for the
cure of scrofulous taint rheumatism
white swelling gout goitre. Consump-
tion bronchltln. nervous debility ma
larla and all diseases arising from an
Impure condition of the blood. Cert HI -rut
he nan be presented from many lead
Tiro Steer Manufacturinn Co
lng physicians ministers and beads of
families throughout the South endors-
ing Koiadalls In tbe highest terms. We
are constantly In receipt of certificates
of cures from the most reliable sources
and we do not hesitate to recommend It
as the best known remedy for the oure
ottneaDove a nease
Parasols Parasols I
AUhouKli the Inroads road a on thti stock
wan k"'U the dally addition ha kept mm
withtliuruah. Thli week we offer marrelous
Filly Coaching 8t)rles Changeable Silk and
Fancy F.rabrnldre.1 Batln Paragon frame a
big Job worth HM.
Slity Kcni Ponijeet Paraxon framci.
Kcni Pontroe lined trlmmM with handiome
At $5 $6 and $7.
Mikado Yutn-Yuui and Nan-Ka-I'oo it y lea.
We do not need to ting the pralaea of our
Ourftclrri. Other folki do that tor us. itrerjr
customer Is an advertisement. Here are some
of the quotations for tbls weekt
At I O and 1 2 I -2c.
Kiryi'tlau and Oriental Laces 3 Inches wide.
At 20 and 25c.
Kjryptlan and Oriental In White net. Fancy
Navr lllue II row n and Tan. At 'M and S&o
seven Inches wide. In the above styles.
At 45 Cents.
White and Ilclfm. M inches wide; and at 860
White Kern and llvlre IS Inches wide.
Box Dress Robes.
1 Pattern. 10 yards India linen with 9
I rlmmlnir at 0. ft 13 and ft 14. Pong-ve On
J llobes at $7 .lo 10.60 and 20.
Otto Koohlor Soc. and Manager
THE NEW HIGH-ARM
Persons desiring to purchase a realty
market which will last a quarter of a con-
llirht ninnlnir and almost noiseless.
Mo other machine will do so wide a range
and so flno a quality of work so speedily
and satisfactory as this. Ii ranch oboes In
tho principal cities where It may be seen
land atretiU for tho sale of It are In almost
everr town throughout the State.
Texas and Mexico.
Bueklsn's Amies Islvs.
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts.
Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt llbeum
Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands
Chilblains Corns and aU Skin JCrnp-
tlons and positively cures Plies or no
pay required. It Is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money retonded.
Price So cents per box. For sale by A.
There Is nothing-that adds so much to per-
sonal beauty as a set of pearly white teeth and
Sure sweet breath fly using- MOKLEV'S
UIDONTO tbo teeth and rums are kept la
perfect order and a fragrant breath assured.
Only W cents a box. Liquid and powder
For salo by t Kalteyor it Bon
Spsslsl to Artists.
One of tho finest establishments that Ban An-
tonio If not Texas can boast of la the Art
Uallery of C. 11. Mueller at att Commerce
street. Here can be had artist's and draug-hU
men's mats? rials of both domestic and lm
ported kinds. Engrravlnffs chromos and
aiming are on uanu in an euaieaa Tandy
leturo frames mouldings and materials for
fresco and alsn Dalntlmr in lanra varieties.
China decorations and material for wax flow
in a large assortment. Mr. Mueuer re-
well as window glass and fine domestic and Im
ported a coo rau ve wait paper are specialties to
Cure For mat.
Piles are f reouentlr Dreooded br a sense at
weight In the back loins and lower part of tb
causing ine pauent to suppose ne
affection of tne Udners or nlfc
boring organs. At times symptoms ot Indi-
gestion are present flatulency uneasiness of
tho stomach eto. A moisture like perspira
tion producing a very aisaareeaoM 1 toning;
after gettlog warm. Is a common attendant
mind Bleeding and Itching PUea yield at
onoe to the application of Dr. Boakano'a Pile
Hemody which acts directly upon the pane
Intense Itching and effecting a pennanont
cure. Price. &u cents. Addrras tne Dr. sq
kano Medicine Company Piqua Ohio. Bold
by Harry I to
lu row is r h. conn uo. j u lie-
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